Shortlister hosted Humana Well-being Practice Leads, Jake Lewellen and Courtney Schroeder, for an enlightening look at health and wellness in a virtual world.
Go365® is an employee wellness program powered by Humana with a dream to help people achieve lifelong well-being. They are focusing their time, effort, and energy to improve the health of the communities they serve.
This is what differentiates the Go365 program from others:
Millennials, also called Generation Y, along with and Generation Z, will soon become the majority population in most workforces. They care about health and well-being—especially now with the ongoing health crisis.
Go365 assists in attracting and retaining them with the following benefits:
The National Step Challenge (NSC) is combining friendly competition with corporate social responsibility. It creates a purposeful experience for Go365 members while providing a healthier bottom line for Go365 customers.
Every year, Go365 customers organize teams to start or regain healthy habits and give back to the community as part of a national challenge.
Go365 is evolving to meet your employees where they are on their wellness journey by:
Each workplace (like each employee) is not the same. Go365 is giving employers increased flexibility to accommodate their budgets and culture.
Starting from January 1, 2021, employers* are able to:
With a distributed workforce and many employees continuing to work from home, a robust health and well-being program is a powerful tool for your teams to stay connected and productive. Go365® makes wellness fun and easy! Implementing their program is simple – it allows your employees to start their wellness journey quickly, along with a variety of unique ways for them to earn rewards. And don’t forget to check out their podcast “WellTrend,” which offers industry news and insights on the future of wellness in the workplace, as well as updates on the latest health and well-being trends that can improve your organization.
* Currently, customers who have Go365 as a standalone product (without medical insurance).
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